Vulnerabilities in Firefox 2.0, IE 7.0, Drupal, and Yahoo! Messenger

Wednesday, 1 November 2006, 12:09 AM EST

A flaw exists in Mozilla Firefox 2.0 that could allow an intruder to crash the browser and potentially execute arbitrary code.

Internet Explorer 7.0 is vulnerable to window content injection under certain circumstances.

Drupal, a hugely popular open source content management system, is vulnerable to SQL injection attacks.

At Windows IT Pro.

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